October 9, 2001
CSUS offers priority admission
High-school seniors can get a jump on their college plans
at California State University, Sacramento's Priority Admission
Days, Nov. 9-10, and find out instantly if they qualify for
admission to the University next fall.
Those interested must set up an appointment for the on-site
admission Friday, Oct. 19 to Monday, Nov. 6. by calling (916)
278-7875 from 1-7 p.m. Mondays through Thursdays or from 1-5
p.m. on Fridays.
During the two days, admission counselors will review the
student transcripts and test scores, and admit those who qualify.
Students should bring these items to the appointment:
A completed California State University admission application
(available in high school counseling offices)
A copy of high school transcripts
SAT or ACT test scores, if available
A check or money order for $55, or a completed fee
waiver form (also available in high school counseling offices)
CSUS is the seventh largest of the 23-campus California State
University system, enrolling nearly 27,000 students while
maintaining a commitment to small classes. It offers 60 undergraduate
programs and 40 graduate programs. Undergraduate Fees for
the 2000-2001 school year were $1,879, well below the national
average for four-year public universities. More information
about the campus and its programs is available at www.csus.edu.
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